ARMY FAMILY COVENANT

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(From L to R behind table) MG Bruce Casella, the CSTC’s Senior Mission Commander, and COL Kevin Riedler, FHLCommander, signs Covenant document as Soldiers and their Families witness. Photo by H. Carpenter, FHL Staff.


U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hunter Liggett held signing ceremonies at Fort Hunter Liggett (FHL) and Camp Parks (CP) in November signifying its commitment to Families and Soldiers at the two garrisons.

As recognition to the increased burden on Families while Soldiers are mobilized or deployed and the importance of taking care of its troops, the Army has recently programmed $1.4 billion to all Family programs which translates to new on-post child care facilities, new and renovation of barracks, new commissaries, and expanding education and employment opportunities for Army Family members.


U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hunter Liggett held signing ceremonies at Fort Hunter Liggett (FHL) and Camp Parks (CP) in November signifying its commitment to Families and Soldiers at the two garrisons.

As recognition to the increased burden on Families while Soldiers are mobilized or deployed and the importance of taking care of its troops, the Army has recently programmed $1.4 billion to all Family programs which translates to new on-post child care facilities, new and renovation of barracks, new commissaries, and expanding education and employment opportunities for Army Family members.

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